3 Reasons to Sell Enterprise Products Partners
May 25th 2013 1:18PM
Updated May 26th 2013 8:15AM
In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy talks about three reasons to sell Enterprise Products Partners :
- High debt levels.
- Exposure to commodity risk, particularly with its NGL business.
- Significant assets in the Gulf of Mexico, an area prone to hurricanes and potential moratoriums for offshore spills.
Enterprise is on a tear of late, and though Aimee doesn't advocate selling, she acknowledges the importance of reminding ourselves of a company's threats so as to stay balanced and keep from getting swept away in the good times.
For more details, check out the video.
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